Strategic Restructuring For Nonprofit Organizations: Mergers, Integrations, And Alliances

Hardcover | October 31, 2003

byAmelia Kohm

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Drawing on the findings of the most ambitious national study to date on nonprofit strategic restructuring, the authors provide nonprofit managers, board members, consultants, and foundation executives with research-based information to use in making tough decisions about whether and how to pursue a range of organizational partnerships--from jointly managed programs and consolidated administrative functions to full-scale mergers. The authors investigate two widespread assumptions--that strategic restructuring leads to greater organizational efficiency and that nonprofit consolidations are similar to corporate consolidations. Six in-depth case studies of actual nonprofit restructurings highlight the costs and benefits associated with this increasingly adopted course of action, a trend that is expected to remain on the upswing for the foreseeable future.

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Drawing on the findings of the most ambitious national study to date on nonprofit strategic restructuring, the authors provide nonprofit managers, board members, consultants, and foundation executives with research-based information to use in making tough decisions about whether and how to pursue a range of organizational partnerships-...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:168 pages, 9.5 × 6.12 × 0.66 inPublished:October 31, 2003Publisher:Praeger PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0275980693

ISBN - 13:9780275980696

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.,.".The authors seamlessly integrate the results of their national studies with the work of other researchers and practitioners, providing insights into the types, formation, challenges, costs, and successes of restructuring. It is a book that is especially useful, timely, and stimulating given the changing landscape of the nonprofit sector. If one desires to know and utilize the most current thinking about creating productive partnerships among nonprofit organizations, then this book clearly is among the must read literature!"-John A. Yankey, Ph.D. Leonard W. Mayo Professor Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations Case Western Reserve University